Terminal Nerve

The terminal nerve is arguably the most rostral cranial nerve. Its bipolar neurons have free nerve endings that are located in the nasal mucosa, but their modality (possibly chemosensory) has not been established. These neurons project to several sites in the ventral and medial regions of the forebrain, including the septum, olfactory tubercle, and preoptic area. The terminal nerve neurons contain the reproductive hormone, luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone, and may be involved in the regulation of reproductive behavior.

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